Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Fel Tauri in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
. Ox Gaul. Bilis Bovina. N. O. Ruminantia. Impissated gall triturated with sugar of milk; or lower dilutions may be made with water.
Ox-gall. (Bilis Bovina.)
Preparation, The inspissated or desiccated gall may be triturated with sugar of milk, or lower dilutions may be made with water.
Authority. Dr. Buchner, A. H. Z., 20, 304, effects of small doses.
Asthma. Constipation. Diarrhoea. Gall-stones. Headache. Indigestion. Rheumatism.
Ox gall is a remedy of very ancient use. It is used in the old-school mostly as a purgative; for preventing putrefactive changes in the intestines, and for increasing peristalsis. It is sometimes given along with Opium to prevent the constipating effect of that drug. In the stomach bile is a foreign body, precipitating pepsin and causing irritation of the stomach. It does not aid the digestion either of albumen or of farinaceous substances. Fel. t. has been proved homoeopathically by Buchner, and has produced a few characteristic symptoms disordered digestion, diarrhoea, headache, pains in joints, and cramps. It removed a tendency to sleep after eating. Several symptoms were noticed in nape of neck.≡ show all authors ...
Greatly inclined to all kinds of business; unpleasant impressions did not affect him.
Greatly inclined to all kinds of business; unpleasant impressions did not affect him.≡ more ...
Violent headache in the morning, on pressure upon the right temple, extending towards the occiput and to the nape of the neck.
Violent headache in morning, on pressure upon r. temple, extending on to occiput and nape of neck.≡ more ...
Tongue white. 11, 12. Stomach and Abdomen.
Odourless and tasteless eructations.
Gurgling in stomach and epigastric region.
Rumblings and motions in abdomen.
Violent peristaltic movements.≡ more ...
Constriction of the chest, on waking at 3 A.M., he is unable to sleep again on account of the tightness of the breath, and cannot remain lying; it seems as though something in the throat prevented the free passage of the air; relieved by deep inspiration and sitting upright.
Tension in the nape of the neck.
Some tearings in the left shoulder-joint, extending up to the nape of the neck.
Cramp in the right great toe.
Anxiety in chest.
Constriction; on waking at 3 a.m. cannot sleep again for tightness of breath and cannot remain lying; it seems as though something in throat prevented free passage of the air; amel. by deep inspiration and sitting upright. 20. Neck.
Tension in nape. 21. Limbs.
Some tearings in l. shoulder-joint, extending up to nape of neck.
Cramp in r. toe.≡ more ...
Rumblings and motions in the abdomen.
Violent peristaltic movements of the intestines.
Gurgling in the stomach and epigastric region.≡ more ...
Stool thin, pasty, followed by pressing, although with crumbling faeces.
Stool and anus
Stool thin with urging and sensation of warmth in anus.
Stool thin, pasty, followed by pressing although with crumbling faeces.≡ more ...
The scrotum itches and afterwards becomes moist.
Male sexual organs
Scrotum itching and afterwards becomes moist.≡ more ...